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Spain is 'marker in sand' for Renault F1 team

LONDON Next week's Spanish Grand Prix will be a "marker in the sand" for the Renault Formula One team as the start of their development programme, according to managing director Cyril Abiteboul.

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Accrington poised to be Leicester of League Two 5:10pm BST

ACCRINGTON, England Accrington Stanley, the football club that was a figure of fun in the 1980s and 1990s, aim to become 'the Leicester City of League Two' by winning promotion on Saturday.

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Verstappen says he and Red Bull a 'perfect match' 2:03pm BST

LONDON Dutch teenager Max Verstappen believes he and Red Bull Racing can be a "perfect match" in Formula One and sees no reason to entertain any other offers after his sudden promotion from sister team Toro Rosso.

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Analysis - Red Bull move for Verstappen was always likely 05 May 2016

LONDON Max Verstappen's sudden promotion to Red Bull will be considered as a slap in the face for Daniil Kvyat, the man he replaces, but it has more to do with the Dutch driver's potential than the Russian's failings.

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Syrian whose plight went viral finds refuge in Spanish football 05 May 2016

MADRID Mementos from the football world that brought Syrian refugee Osama Abdul Mohsen to Spain are strewn around the flat he shares with two of his sons, including a ball signed by Real Madrid's star players and a banner for the local team, Getafe.

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Hotshot Verstappen replaces Kvyat at Red Bull 05 May 2016

LONDON Red Bull replaced Daniil Kvyat with Dutch Formula One hotshot Max Verstappen for the remainder of the season on Thursday in a shake-up that punished the Russian for a nightmare home grand prix last weekend.

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Mercedes rule out any bias in open letter to fans 04 May 2016

LONDON Mercedes published an open letter to Formula One fans on Wednesday to emphasise team unity and counter accusations that championship leader Nico Rosberg is favoured over Lewis Hamilton.

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F1 engine agreement contains 'Red Bull Clause' 04 May 2016

LONDON Formula One's new 2017 power unit agreement has a clause inserted in it to prevent teams and their engine suppliers from publicly denigrating each other, as Red Bull and Renault did last year.

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